Sustainability. It’s a popular buzz word nowadays and for good reason. If one desires heat throughout the winter, what benefit is there in stoking a fire only to let it burn out hours later? So it is with weight loss. At the dawn of a New Year, it’s customary to make a New Year’s Resolution only to break it as soon as emotion wanes. To lose weight and to maintain weight loss you need a whole lot more than emotion, you need a plan, commitment and discipline.
Ideal Protein provides the plan. A healthy menu of a variety of Ideal Protein food, vegetables and protein, nutritional supplements and plenty of water coupled with weekly weigh-ins and nutritional counseling help you move through the four phases of the Ideal Protein Protocol, earning weight loss each week. As your approach the weight loss goal you’ve determined, you move from eating IP’s menu and learn how to build your own from groceries available at a favorite grocery store or Farmer’s Market.
Save the emotion. It may get you started (or pile on the guilt) but either way, it lacks sustainability. Instead of making a New Year’s resolution to lose weight this year, resolve to be committed to tomorrow’s payoff and forgo today’s indulgence. Build discipline. You can’t buy it but you can earn it by practicing behaviors that are in line with your goal.
With Ideal Protein’s plan and your commitment and discipline, you will create enough heat to burn those pounds away. To date, Ideal Health Center has lost more than 10,000 pounds of fat. Shouldn’t some of them be yours?
The weight is over,
Dionne is a certified Ideal Protein coach who lost 25 pounds following the protocol way back when. Since then she's learned to cook healthier meals (and actually eat them), get a daily dose of iron in the form barbells and kettle bells and is usually training to improve her time in an upcoming half marathon.